Law Grad Studies events
EASTER long weekend. No classes or exams. Administrative offices closed. The Gelber Law Library will be open on Sunday, April 20 (24-hour access; Services 10 AM - 6 PM)
Both law and machine are man's creations. Both exist to serve him, but may very well hurt him too, since both they are not always used for their intended purposes. Law and machines can come from the noblest enterprises, but can also serve the cause of folly. They are instruments of progress. This fifth edition of the “Competition and Innovation” conference series will explore the relationship between law and technique, between law and the machine. It will take stock of the changes and responses of law to technical advances and revisit the fears often associated with progress.
Examination period for Winter term and multi-term courses given at the Faculty of Law. Consult the SAO's Current courses & registration information page to download the most recent schedule and list of exam rooms. Also, be sure to be familiar with the SAO's Examination policy page. GOOD LUCK TO ALL!
DCL candidate Edin Hodžić will be defending his thesis, "The (not so) gentle civilizer of consociations?: International human rights law and the challenges of group political rights", which was prepared under the supervision of Professor Mark Antaki.
The 2nd Manfred Lachs International Conference on Global Space Governance will be an opportunity to analyze the current socio-political, strategic and legal challenges to the achievement of good global space governance. The conference will also aim to propose viable policy options and regulatory mechanisms that will help ensure that present generations of humanity can continue their exploration and use of outer space without seriously compromising the possibility for future generations to do the same.